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the world left us? with a destabilized africa and the middle east, john mccain talked about the troubles in the area -- libya and syria. in libya, or prime minister was recently kidnapped and released by militants. >> what we did, we see the situation and the crisis and these militias, leadership that is not as strong as we would hope. >> the united states has been funneling weapons to the rebels. john mccain was pessimistic. >> some of the free syrian army are moving over to the radical islamist camp because they feel they have been abandoned. >> the same is true of the threat of terrorism itself. former nsa chief joined other national security experts to talk about al qaeda's outer ring strength. >> -- gathering strength. >> i think it is true, it does not mean we are less safe. it does not mean we have not been successful. >> the recent attack on the shopping mall in nairobi was fresh on everyone's mind. the president of the wilson center talked about similar threats coming to the united states. >> this is an evolving threat. they attack asymmetrically. they have to be you right -- th
't spend a lot of time talking about obama care. >> and john mccain, what about him? >> john mccain was also -- they didn't talk about obama care, it was not the law of the land at the time. >> president obama certainly talked about affordable care act, and universal health care coverage. >> he did against john mccain, but john mccain lost for a lot of other reasons, and it was not because of obama care. >> but john mccain said elections have consequences. why not just bring this up for a clean vote? >> so according to you the only election that mattered was the election of obama. it doesn't matter that the house of representatives in 2010 and 2012 actually won both times with majorities because we were -- fighting against obama care. >> but this law has been passed by congress, you didn't run on it. i understand you don't like but you ran on repealing it. >> not a single republican voted for it. it. >> it passed congress, didn't it? the election of 2010. remember how it passed, it was through some procedural tricks. the reasons that obama care has so many problems right now is beca
, later, maybe. we're going to be hearing from house speaker john boehner on that, and hear john mccain this hour, whether he is going along with the plan in the senate to vote on a clean spending bill that would carry us through the next election. first ed henry on hour they sorting all this out. >> i think the president directly answered your last guest when he was saying shares the people suggesting default is not a big deal, and the'm president's word, take it out for a spin and try it out. he said this is something that could wreck the economy. that debate still raging. the bottom line is the president had a contradictory message. he was opening the door for talks with republicans, and find something way out here of this budget mess, about by the same token continued to blast them, accuse republicans of being hostage tears and the like, things that won't want republican leaders to run to the negotiating table. so it will be interesting to see what speaker boehner says. what the president did, for the first time say head be willing to accept a shorter term extension, few months, may
has been john mccain, his fellow republican. john mccain is also asking the president get more involved. the president invited leaders to come over at 3:00 this afternoon. this is mccain on "face the nation" with bob schieffer yesterday. >> i'm hopeful we will get negotiations, i hope the president will become engaged. maybe we need to get joe biden out of the witness protection program. he has good relationships. >> we haven't heard very much from him. >> what has happened to joe biden? harry reid seems to be keeping him out of the negotiations? >> my sense is he's involved in all the discussions, involved in all the meetings at the white house. i suspect over the long haul he will play a constructive role here. he's involved in the meetings this afternoon with the leadership. i don't think there's any magic bullet, no secret player. there's very fundamental things that have to be done here. room has to be created for a serious discussion about the long-term in terms of the budget and that has to be done in such a way that both houses of congress pass it. the senate seems to b
house. >> well, some republicans on capitol hill saw the writing on the wall including john mccain who reacted to the poll on fox yesterday. actually early today. here he is. >> look at the wall street journal poll. "wall street journal" is not a liberal organization. look at the poll this morning. 24% of the american people approve of republicans. that's an all-time low. we better wake up. we're in serious situation right here, and we better wake up and we better try to come to an agreement salvaging something out of this. >> david, it seems to me we're reaching -- again, i know we're pounding away at this. but a situation where john mccain, recently the republican nominee for president has come out and said basically cruz you're out to lunch. these polls are real. stop blaming the ref. and you're beginning to look ridiculous. we have to accept reality. the poll is probably the most respected poll in the country. it's always been where it is. and it gives information to both parties. there's mccain saying yes. yes. >> you know, nobody not even john mccain is going to convince ted cruz
infighting. listen to senator john mccain today. >> i do worry i do worry about the republican party. because if we are, this is the first time i have ever seen republican senators running ads, raising money that is used to attack incumbent republican senators. i have never seen that in my life. and -- i think that is terribly wrong. in a new twist though, tea party income of bents in states like michigan, tennessee, north carolina are facing primary challenges from more moderate republicans. the divide between tea party republicans and nontea party republicans plays out in new polling from nbc and "the wall street journal." which shows a majority of moderate republicans saying their party is putting politics ahead of the country while only 29% of tea partiers say that same thing. joining me now is an adviser to president george w. bush and founder of no labels and washington editor for national review robert costa. there is john mccain saying some senators are helping to finance ad, some republican senators against other republican senators. what senators, which ones could he be talking abou
of no labels and washington editor for national review robert costa. there is john mccain saying some senators are helping to finance ad, some republican senators against other republican senators. what senators, which ones could he be talking about? and why does he leave ted cruz's name out when he means ted cruz? >> that's usual as the you know. lawrence. senate protocol. the reception for senator cruz in republican lunches has been unruly and hostile over the past few weeks. thing. senator cruz, taking a lower profile. may have went too far with public rhetoric. he hasn't been playing so much inside game in the last week. >> mark mckinnon. this third party threat is a dream come true for the democrats. is there anything the democrats can do to somehow encourage this third party movement by the tea party? i think already, lawrence. a lot of people in the republican party. we have to burn it down. start all over. starting a different party would be part of the long term solution. obviously a short term game for democrats. a huge rift in the party. certainly doesn't reflect what we are hearing
.com. >>> all new "wall street journal" poll numbers show us the shut down is hurting the gop. john mccain said he is worried about his party right now. >> i do worry about the republican party because if we are -- it's the first time i have ever seen republican senators running ads and raising money that is used to attack incumbent republican senators. i have never seen that in my life. i think that is terribly wrong. it's terribly wrong. that there is active recruitment out there of running against incumbent republican senators. >> who are the party's leaders during this tough time and how can republicans help? the road to city hall, politico writer maggie haegerman and the rr79 for the "new york times." nick, i want to start with you. i took the thing that is surprising here. one of the things that they mentioned that is potentially harmful. here are the numbers. you have nearly half of the republicans not happy with the situation. the only time you said enough of this or john mccain. john mccain is not all conservative are rate to rally around john mccain. there not many republicans standin
was it only john mccain who ever spoke up? i think there's a rational political reason for it. why they don't speak up against this fringe. my answer, they want that 5% or 10% to add to their numbers. your thoughts. >> i agree 100%. >> okay. thank you, jonathan capehart. this is up against a doomsday device called the debt ceiling we're about to perhaps pass and blow things up economically and cultural we're seeing a wildfire. thank you. >>> up next, highlights from my appearance on the realtime with bill maher. they say things there we can't say here. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online but they didn't fit. customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer. easy returns, i'm happy. repeat customers, i'm happy. sales go up, i'm happy. i ordered another pair. i'm happy. (both) i'm happy. i'm happy. happy. happy. happy. happy. happy happy. i love logistics. it's been that way since the d
a moment. rational question. i want a rational answer to this. why was it only john mccain who ever spoke up? i think there's a rational political reason for it. why they don't speak up against this fringe. my answer, they want that 5% or 10% to add to their numbers. your thoughts. >> i agree 100%. >> okay. thank you, jonathan capehart. this is up against a doomsday device called the debt ceiling we're about to perhaps pass and blow things up economically and cultural we're seeing a wildfire. thank you. >>> up next, highlights from my appearance on the "realtime with bill maher." they say things there we can't say here. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> back to "hardball." time for the sideshow. the movie "gravity" is soaring at the box office. but here on earth many nasa programs are on hold thank bs to the government shutdown. here's how the folks at "saturday night live" dealt with that over the weekend. >> just pass me that wrench. what was that? >> i think some debris hit the telescope. >> oh, my god. we're detached. what do we do? >> stay calm. stay calm. houston,
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with republicans and democrats that have been coming to us. the top here, john mccain, a very influential shall republican he says no way. the answer to this is negotiation, not before they shut this -- before they end the shutdown, but -- negotiating before they end it, not after they end it. here's what we got from harry reid just a few minutes ago. he said he will introduce what they've been calling a clean bill. that's been the language. have no policy demands from either party attached to it. the bill will have no strings attached. here's a quiet, it's item for us to stand before the american people and publicly discuss the path forward. so the president may have opened a door, ed henry, and i guess it's open at least from the standpoint that you can have process but he says as far as negotiating on whether the government can stay shut down, or you get your demands, as he put it, that's not happening. >> right. that's how we have to caution and add the cava. irthere's anything that letter can do well is shut the door on negotiatings negotiatings and not get anything done, take the ball and
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are now overplaying their hand. senator john mccain crying foul, as democrats renounce the latest house republican plan. >> it is a federal case again, a michigan affirmative action court ruling going before the u.s. supreme court. and one of the largest oil companies in america now trying to prevent the company of ecuador from collecting $18 billion. >> ♪ ng toward a potential default, mrs. a lot of talk about ending the government shut down, and the deadlock over the debt ceiling. but still no deal. senator leaders are now saids to close to an agreement, the house republicans they have come up with their own plan which was swiftly rejected. joins us now live, what does it mean that the house republican party putting forward it's own plan, does that mean a deal. >> well, it's not a good sign, because we are seeing republicans talking about something different than the house. and they are bringing up issues that are all but forgotten. john boehner says no firm decisions have been made, but they are seeing details of a plan emerge, here is speaker baner. >> a lot of opinions about what
that the democrats are now overplaying their hand. senator john mccain crying foul, as democrats renounce the latest house republican plan. >> it is a federal case again, a michigan affirmative action court ruling going before the u.s. supreme court. and one of the largest oil companies in america now trying to prevent the company of ecuador from collecting $18 billion. >> ♪
, that is not the way our government works. >> reporter: an angry john mccain has been there before, he pleaded with colleagues to work something out. >> how is this going to end? we know how it is going to end. sooner or later the government will resume the functions, sooner or later we'll raise the debt limit. the question is how do we get there? >> reporter: one way out would be to take a straight up and down vote on the spending bill, without any amendments like health care, boehner says the votes are not there, but according to our numbers they are. the house has 433 vacancies, the majority to pass anything is now 217. all the house democrats are on record supporting a temporary clean spending bill. and we've identified these twenty house republicans who told us they, too, would support a bill, bringing the total to 220, three more than necessary. of course, brian, the only way to hold this premise is a vote, something the speaker has declined to do. >> chuck todd, after eight days of this, the ripple effects of the shutdown keep rolling in. the cdc has been affected. much of staff furloug
be a catastrophe. and more on john mccain, what his party has left, robert reisch on the left, and newt gingrich on the right. and why there is an attempted right wing coup against the president. we'll answer your questions tonight, and with washington in a straight jacket, who better than to show us how to get through an impossible situation, the world's greatest magician. and again, from john mccain, he said from the beginning of this, the americans will blame the gop for the shutdown and things are no better with the debt deadline looming next week. senator mccain, it has been more than a week with the shutdown, and many are asking when is washington going to get its act together? do you know the answer? >> i don't know, piers, but we may reach the point where the markets tell us to come to an agreement, and that would be, of course, when we start to default on our debts. i hope that is not the case. because i think the markets will react. and obviously, that will be bad for almost all americans who have stocks in the stock market. but right now, it is one of the problems -- it is no longer r
w. bush, and senator john mccain, and is the founder of no labels, a group of democrats, republicans and independence trying to promote problem-solving. and from nancy pelosi, chair of the california democratic women's caucus, here in washington d.c. thank you both for being with us. >> doesn't this standoff put the president in a difficult position. this is what he said in a press conference this week. >> to actually permit the fault, according to ceos would be - i'm quoting here - insane, catastrophic, chaos - these are the more polite words. >> so he was talking about the sky falling and now the republicans have put forth an offer to end the sky from falling. doesn't the president have to take it? >> what the president has to do is listen to the american people, and that's what he's doing. we believe that the budget is a statement of our national values, and that should be sat down and negotiated in due course. we believe that the government should reopen for everyone. and that the government should pay its bills. that's the line that the president is taking. that's what we electe
't want to deal with in this stage. way but john mccain, who has been very critical of his own party in saying they messed this up and ted cruz led the party down the blind alley. today he said, this is at least a serious proposal by boehner so why won't the democrats sit down and figure it out? listen. >> i again urning my democratic colleagues, we know you have the upper hand. isn't it time we help to find a way out of this, which is what the american people want, rather than who won and who lost? >> now, just a few moments ago, democratic senator chris coons of delware said we're in dangerous territory of the government rung out of borrowing authority. it doesn't feel very urgent around here. either at the white house or the hill. people are still talking. they're acting as if they whatnot to get a deal. but we're now basically two days away and we're not at some critical stage where the liters in both parties are being dragged to the white house. instead, senators are saying we're in dangerous territory and people in both parties seem to be taking it lackadaisically. >> isn't the
on this issue. all of my bills that were introduced by john mccain and 2006, 2007, have always had a pathway to citizenship. we have to understand that isn't going to happen. >> you said something a little bit less perhaps a legal status? >> let's say this, when you evaluate the senate bill, cbo, moreover take national council of la raza, they both say the senate bill not only doesn't allow 3 of the 11 million undocumented to reach citizenship, legalization. let's make sure we understand, this is a work in progress. that we're going odo the greatest good for greatist number of people because that's the senate proposal one which is being adopted, one which was adopted this week by house democrats. >> plain for people who are out there looking at this and saying oh my gosh citizenship legalization how are they different? >> great question. thank you david. i think we should learn one thing. you cannot legislate fidelity and loyalty to a country. you must i believe in the tradition of america allow for the opportunity of all immigrants in the pass in order to join this nation and become a full
on capitol hill saw the writing on the wall including john mccain who reacted to the poll on fox yesterday. today. here he is. >> look at the wall street journal poll. wall street journal is not a liberal organization. look at the poll this morning. 24% of the american people approve of republicans. that's an all-time low. we better wake up. we're in serious situation right here, and we better wake up and we better try to come to an agreement salvaging something out of this. >> david, it seems to me we're reaching -- again, i know we're pounding away at this. but a situation where john mccain has come out and said cruz you're out to lunch. these polls are real. stop blaming the ref. and you're beginning to look ridiculous. the poll is probably the most respected poll in the country. it's always been where it is. and it gives information to both parties. there's mccain saying yes. yes. >> you know, nobody not even john mccain is going to convince ted cruz or the 30 or 40 members of the kamikaze club in the tea party house of representatives that they're wrong and they should change course.
on solutions. >> i was in the hallway tonight. john mccain was holding a copy of that poll you just read and a reporter asked do you think the republicans are going to give on this? and he said of course. and someone said why? he said because 74% of americans are blaming republicans. do you feel like enough already? >> we should never have got to this point. >> it was a republican strategy in the house. >> it was a strategy to get both sides to talk. that's why we passed the funding bills. w.i.c. we passed a funding bill for that. but the opportunity was to get both houses and the president engaged on negotiations on this stuff. >> but isn't that like saying you knocked humity -- humpity dumpity off the wall and now are trying to put him back together? what is going to happen tomorrow? >> is there a -- i guess the big question right now in washington is not whether mitch mcconnell and harry reid are going to be able to strike a deal. i think people think that is going to happen and could pass the senate fairly overwhelming. will house republicans go for it? >> i think it's in the details
who didn't. you didn't see a lot of pragmatists from the capitol hill come over here, the john mccains, pete kings of new york. and paul ryan who sort of straddles the divide between the tea party and the establishment was supposed to speak here, anderson, but as you know he's sort of the architect of this new deal that's unfolding on capitol hill. he addressed the group by video message. it was very brief. he made no mention of obama care and received only tepid applause. that's compared to the sort of raucous receptions that we saw earlier today for michele bachmann, ted cruz, et cetera, anderson. >> when you hear ben carson saying that obama care, the affordable care act, is the worst thing to happen in this country since slavery, how did that play in this crowd? grassroots conservatives attacking over and over again the republican leadership, the establishment, the quote unquote old bulls on capitol hill. and that just previews the sort of problem that the party is going to have moving forward in the mid-terms, in these primaries and in the presidential campaign, frankly, in 2016 o
, andrea. i appreciate it. >>> and when we come back, who john mccain is blaming for the government shutdown. he spoke out today and he did not pull punches. wait till you see this. i remember the day my doctor said i had diabetes. there's a lot i had to do... ... watch my diet. stay active. start insulin... today, i learned there's something i don't have to do anymore. my doctor said that with novolog® flexpen, i don't have to use a syringe and a vial... or carry a cooler. flexpen® comes prefilled with fast-acting insulin used to help control high blood sugar when you eat. dial the exact does. inject by pushing a button. no drawing from a vial. you should eat a meal within 5 to 10 minutes after injecting novolog® (insulin aspart [rdna origin] injection). do not use if your blood sugar is too low, or if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which may cause symptoms such as sweating, shakiness, confusion, and headache. severe low blood sugar can be serious and life-threatening. ask your health care provider about alcohol use, o
collins. yesterday senator john mccain warned his colleagues about the dangers of their strategy. >> we should be sitting down and the president should be engaged and the democrats, they better understand something. what goes around comes around and if they try to you had m yh republicans, it's now time to sit down and get things done. >> it seems some elements of the republican party that put us here, even though most republicans didn't want to get here, are actually digging in. john mccain compared by a member of the house, the members. al qaeda. unbelievable. and as i said before, ted cruz telling people at a conservative gathering that democrats are scared, this is the strategy we should employ in the future because it's working. that with our party's approval rating at 27%. >> it's not working. my sense now is no big deal. part of what's driving the dynamic is democrats know they are winning and harry reid and the white house have the attitude is why should we give anything because they are coming our way. they are waiting. there will be no big deal. they will pass something short
on muslim brotherhood. was that the right answer? hi, kt? >> hi, there, alisyn. >> leading republicans, john mccain and lindsay graham suggested to cut egypt aid. >> i was in egypt last week and part of the delegation to meet with the egyptian leadership. and we went with a student activist and religious leaders and political leaders and members of the media and including general morsi. what i came with was a different impression. it was not a military coups. it was half of the egyptian population going out and peacefully demanding the removal of president morsi. there was no way to get rid of him. there was no provision for impeachment. second thing. we get something for that money. i am not a believer in just giving foreign aid. but we get a lot for that money. >> the thinking is why would we give one and half billion to a country that doesn't respect us and the western values. that was the argument. >> that was -- they have a road map and a schedule for re- writing the constitution. i met with a man whose wife is head of that committee. they are on track and will have a new constitution w
schumer. we'll hear next from arizona republican john mccain. senator schumer, i want to start with you because yesterday-- i mean, you were in all the meetings. you met with both the president and the senate democratic leadership, the senate and republican leaders. you were there talking to mitch mcconnell on the republican side. where are we? >> well, bob, i'm cautiously hopeful, optimistic that we can come to an agreement and open up the government and avoid default based on the bipartisan meetings that are going on. >> schieffer: well, what's the sticking points? >> the good stuff is senator mcconnell and senator reid both understood the gravity of afault and mao we had to avoid it, and while i don't want to get into details, the frameworks they each had were not that far apart, a lot closer than, say, house republicans and the president. it's also very good that there are bipartisan groups meeting. i really respect what susan collins is doing. and that will-- that will help bring things about. so here's what i'd say-- with the president, with senate democrats, with senate republica
including republicans in the senate. we talked to john mccain, he said he's frustrated with everyone, and he puts the blame on house republicans, but he said democrats are not immune. >> it's a reason to negotiate. and instead, the democrats are rejecting it out of hand. and i think that's very very wrong. this was a fool's errand to start with. we were never going to defund obamacare, but now there appears to be a good faith proposal from the republican side, not insisting on defunding obamacare, and they're making reasonable provisions and that should be negotiated on rather than being rejected out of hand. >> so you hear senator mccain there spreading blame around to everyone. but at this point, it's the house republicans who seem to have over played their hand. their plan dead in the water, and now the focus will be back to the senate, where we were 24 hours ago basically, we'll go back to the plan shaping up. and we'll go to back to reid and mcconnell. >> let me see if i can get it straight, the republicans were going to introduce their own bill in the house, but it wasn't conservative
. >> reporter: an angry john mccain has been there before. he pleaded with congress to sort it out. >> how is this going to end? we know how it is going to end. sooner or later the government will resume its functions and sooner or later we'll raise the debt limit. the question is how do we get there? >> reporter: one way out would be to take a straight up and down vote on the house regarding a spending bill without any amendments like health care. john boehner says it is not there, but our math says it is, the house has 42 members, there are 32 republicans. all the house democrats are on record supporting a temporary clean spending bill. and we've identified these 20 house republicans who have told us they too would support a clean bill, bringing the total to 220, three more than necessary. and brian, a little breaking news tonight. tomorrow, the president will formally announce that janet yellin, the number two official at the federal reserve will be his choice to replace the current fed chairman ben bernanke as the next chair. ben bernanke's term ends at the start of next year. janet ye
: so what dozen tore john mccain think of the small segment of his own party that some say led us into the shutdown? coming up in the next half hour. andrea, mike, back to you. >>> police in alexanderred dry a, virginia are looking for three suspects after an attack on a pregnant woman. the woman was stabbed around 3:30 this morning around the intersection of sheffield court and sanger avenue. police believe at least one of them was carrying a knife. >>> police in fairfax county are asking for help. they are trying to find a missing man. 55-year-old oh left his home, his car was found, he was not there. if you have any information please call crime solvers. the number 1-866-411-tips. >>> tomorrow marks three weeks until those in virginia go to the polls to pick their next governor. if they are mailing in an application it must be postmarked by tomorrow. if you are insured whether you are registered correctly, cook the board's website at vote individual.gov. >>> monday morning if you are just waking up time for your money report. >> reporter: friday was the last paycheck for federa
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